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  1. hehe... I know... maybe, as I read it back... it wasn't clear... I was trying to make a bad joke
  2. So... would this be news, or? https://www.techpowerup.com/gpu-specs/radeon-rx-6900-xt.c3481
  3. I've never heard any of the techtubers recommend against XMP - but anyway... I'm running XMP on my 3600cl14 with a 3700x, but I guess I'll be surprised if they degrade enough to notice before I replace them anyway... then I'll just sell on them as lower specs...
  4. As long as it's XMP, you're still not ok with it? But the PSU, very true! Thought there would be not a lot of difference... but you'd get a BQ or Silverstone for less than 200... I'd go for Plat or Titan in NA, just cause that curve!
  5. yeah, the price of the 5600X is all marked up from retailers not getting enough supply. Guessing PCPP just went with whoever listed it in stock - wouldn't pay more than 350 for it, if I was upgrading... Also, yeah, IF --might-- go higher than 1900, but, erh, first time builder getting RAM that's probably not gonna be good, on that off chance. Also, anyway, it --might-- clock to 2000 stable, but that's still far away from 2200 which would be required for 4400 ddr...
  6. PCPartPicker Part List Type Item Price CPU AMD Ryzen 5 5600X 3.7 GHz 6-Core Processor $599.99 @ Walmart CPU Cooler Corsair iCUE H100i ELITE CAPELLIX 75 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler $122.99 @ Newegg Motherboard Gigabyte B550 AORUS PRO ATX AM4 Motherboard $169.99 @ Amazon Memory G.Skill Trident Z Neo 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3600 CL14 Memory
  7. If you're only gaming, and you're gaming @4k, I would: - swap out that 5900X for a 5600X - as far as I can see in any review, it's gonna make less than 1% difference. - wait to see what the 6900xt (nice) can do - unless you'd wanna have Raytracing and DLSS on - even then, performance will tank with Raytracing, as far as I understand Hardware Unboxed and Gamers Nexus' latest comments on it... Maybe get that and spend the budget from the CPU downgrade there... the AMD cards also have so much more VRAM, because of your previous system, a 5yo laptop, and you spending 4 grand on it, I'd a
  8. in "Sound" it has "AMD HDMI Output (AMD High Definition Audio Device)" - so something is showing up...
  9. Yeah... the monitor I have going is a 720p - and as far as I can tell from the benchmarks and comparisons I've looked at, it's getting to be between 50 and 65 fps... so not good at all, but decent... The thing is, it's free, and the kid doesn't know if he want's to play at all, it's just something his friends does, so his dad wanted to see the level of interest before purchasing anything... it's only gonna be used for a few months... so yeah, not such a big deal... Well, it shows up, as in it has the "GPU" in the "performance" window, but it says the usage is 0%...
  10. So... I have an old scrapheap of a computer, that I'm trying to put together for a friends son to play CS:GO.... It has a Gigabyte P35-DS3 with a E6600 dualcore in it. It's on the latest bios, but standard settings and 6gb of RAM (DDR2). The graphicscard is a AMD hd6670 (1gb) from MSI. The GPU shows up in devicemanager and the Catalyst Control Center (AMD's software for that gen, can't use the Adrenalin-thing)... It shows on in MSI Afterburner and I can set fan-settings and so-on... It show's up and seems to be used in Heaven Benchmark, where I can see GPU usage both through the in-
  11. But my problem isn't throttling or temps - well, I'd like to get them lower, but high 70'ties isn't too bad... it's the program crashing randomly I'm confused about
  12. Cool. Well. I know P95 is not really "real" in that sense - I just wanted to make sure the system was stable, it's not for mtself, so wanted to make sure it was not gonna crash on someone who doesn't know what to do about it... But I guess I'm just gonna have to settle for good enough I'm still curious why that programme is more difficult than any other though - it's "just" calculations on primes, no? So it should be tough, but not worse than everything else - or is it the programme bugging out?
  13. It's now been running for 5h45m, no issues, but temps are still 3-4-5c lower than on P95 - can I consider it stable, or is P95 more intensive still?
  14. Thanks. Is that equal to P95, because I've done Aida and Intel Burntest, neither of them get the CPU as hot (4-5c lower) and neither has crashing issues. I'll give it a try and get back to you.